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25.05.2022

Casa de la India as a benchmark for bilateral relations

In its almost 20 years of history, it has fulfilled the objective of being a fundamental space for the dissemination of Indian culture in Spain. VII edition activity summary

The Indian Leaders began their day's visit to Valladolid at Casa de la India, a landmark in Spain-India bilateral relations. Its headquarters in Puente Colgante Street, with its characteristic original wooden haveli incorporated into the facade of the garden that was donated by the city of Ahmedabad in 2009, has fulfilled the objective of becoming a reference space for the dissemination of Indian culture, beyond the city of Valladolid itself. The presence of Casa de la India in Valladolid has been essential for the rapprochement of Valladolid to India, especially with the city of Ahmedabad, with which the twinning protocol was signed in 2017.  

The director of Casa de la India, Guillermo Rodriguez, received the Leaders, showed them the facilities and told them the history and origin of the House from the hand of the team of architects. A welcome breakfast was also offered to the guests, in which both parties highlighted the excellent bilateral relations between Valladolid and India, specifically with the twin city of Ahmedabad, where one of the Indian Leaders of this edition, Lochan Sehra, is the municipal commissioner.

VII edition activity summary

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